Telecommunication Engineering Schools In South Africa

By | February 12, 2020

A Telecommunications Engineer researches designs and develops new telecommunications systems and products.

Where To Study Telecommunication Engineering In South Africa?

Below is the list of universities in South Africa to study telecommunication engineering.

Telecommunications | Department of Electrical Engineering UCT

UP School of Engineering Telecommunications

Electronic and Computer Engineering | Durban University of Technology

Frequently Asked Questions On Engineering In South Africa

High School Subjects Needed To Study Engineering

Engineering Qualifications In South Africa

Engineering Types In South Africa

Diploma And Degree Requirements For Engineering Schools

Engineers Salaries In South Africa

Engineering Requirements In South Africa

Engineering Courses And Schools That Offer Them In South Africa

How Much Do Engineers Make In South Africa

How Long Will It Take To Become An Engineer In South Africa

How Much Will Engineering School Cost In South Africa

Engineering Bursaries In South Africa

Engineering Learnerships In South Africa

Engineering Internships In South Africa

What is Telecommunication course?

The course descriptions here detail some commonly offered courses in telecommunication technology. Fundamental Telecommunications Concepts is a foundation course in the concepts, history and major technologies of telecommunications. It provides a broad look that prepares students for more in-depth, specialized classes.

What does a Telecommunications Engineer do?

A telecom engineer;

  • researches telecommunication products and systems (wired, fibre optical and wireless)
  • designs new products, networks and systems
  • supplies and advice on telecommunication devices and systems
  • organises maintenance
  • adheres to quality and safety standards
Also On Engineering hub :   University of Johannesburg Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment

How To become a Telecommunications Engineer In South Africa?

OPTION 1

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

or

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical or Electronic)

  • University of Cape Town
  • University of Johannesburg
  • University of KZN
  • University of Pretoria
  • University of Stellenbosch
  • University of Witwatersrand

OPTION 2

Bachelor of Electronic Engineering

  • Workplace experience (register as a Candidate Engineer with ECSA)
  • Professional review by ECSA
  • Designation: Only engineers registered with ECSA may use the title Professional Engineer.

Other names for Telecommunications Engineer:

Broadcast Engineer
DSP Designer
Engineer Communications
Fibre Optics Engineer
Radar Engineer
Radio and Telecommunications Engineer
Radio Engineer
RF Designers (Tx and Rx)
Satellite Transmission Engineer
Signal Processing Engineer
Signal Systems Engineer
Signaling and Communications Engineer

The Engineering Council Of South Africa ECSA

The Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) is a statutory body established in terms of the Engineering Profession Act (EPA), 46 of 2000. The ECSA’s primary role is the regulation of the engineering profession in terms of this Act. Its core functions are the accreditation of engineering programmes, registration of persons as professionals in specified categories, and the regulation of the practice of registered persons.

Consequently, the ECSA is the only body in South Africa that is authorised to register engineering professionals and bestow the use of engineering titles, such as Pr Eng, Pr Tech Eng, Pr Techni Eng, Pr Cert Eng, on persons who have met the requisite professional registration criteria.

Also On Engineering hub :   University Of Cape Town Faculty of Engineering